This event was postponed from January 24 and February 28.
Continuing Education – Evening Lecture
Simulation of Aqueous Processes
Speaker: Steven L. Grise
Principal Consultant, Engineering Technology – The Chemours Company
Wednesday April 19, 2017
5:15pm-5:30pm – Networking
5:30pm-6:30pm – Dinner & Presentation
6:30pm-6:45pm – Q&A Session & Closing Remarks
PDH Credit: 1 credit
242 Chapman Road
Newark, DE 19702
$35 Non-members & Guests
$15 KBR Employees
$15 WEBEX option
Dinner will be provided with registration for live attendance. Webex information will be provided 1 day in advance.
Water chemistry plays an important role in many chemical processes and businesses. The simple dissolution of salt or baking soda into water becomes very complex when simulations are developed. This session will provide an overview of electrolyte chemistry and the steps necessary to develop a predictive simulation model. We will address basic electrolyte chemistry, the significance of pH, vapor-liquid equilibrium and solid-liquid equilibrium. This session will not make you an expert in electrolyte chemistry but should equip you with the knowledge to ask the right questions when confronted with a problem.
1980 – B.S. in Chemical Engineering from The University of Notre Dame
1983 – M.S. in Chemical Engineering from Lehigh University
1980 – Amoco Oil – Summer Intern – Desulfurization pilot reactor
1982-2015 – DuPont – Technical consulting for aqueous thermodynamics and simulation.
2015-Present – The Chemours Company – Technical support in aqueous thermodynamics and simulation.
Steve has 2 patents, 8 published papers and is co-author (with Marshall Rafal, Noel Scrivner, and Jim Berthold) of Chapter 7, Models for Electrolyte Solutions, of the book Models for Thermodynamic and Phase Equilibria Calculations, edited by Stanley Sandler.
Please register no later than Tuesday April 18 at 5:00 PM. Cancellation requests received by the registration deadline will be fully refunded.
Previous signups will be honored unless a refund has been requested.
Please feel free to contact Colleen McGinness (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or concerns you may have.